03 February 2023
The Regulatory Authority for Posts and Telecommunications of Guinea (ARPT) has unveiled its new strategic development plan (PSD) for the period 2023-2025. This plan should serve as the main benchmark and roadmap for both annual planning needs and for the performance evaluation of the institution’s management teams over the next three years.
According to Sékou Oumar Barry, CEO of the ARPT, the regulator called on an international company to design the three-year plan. This plan is based on four pillars, namely governance, rules and regulations, protection of consumers and citizens, and innovation. Added to this are 9 strategic objectives, 17 programs, 43 projects, a detailed action plan, a governance and monitoring and evaluation system.
“Other avenues are emerging for 2023, in partnership with all the players. Today, the Republic of Guinea, under the enlightened leadership of the National Council of the Rally for Development (CNRD), is determined to continue to make the ARPT an important lever for its economic and sustainable development on the national and international scene,” said Barry.